Flagler College Student Center nears completion

From Staff

Flagler College’s new, multimillion-dollar Ringhaver Student Center is almost finished.

Major construction of the 42,000-square-foot building on the corner of Sevilla and King streets has wrapped up. The center will open its doors this month, offering students an Internet café, modern recreation lounge and more.

“Everything about the facility is exciting,” said Daniel Stewart, Flagler’s dean of student services. He listed a host of new features and activities planned for the center, including Pilates, yoga, aerobics and ballroom dancing instruction; billiard, foosball, ping pong and air hockey tables; movie nights in the domed Gamache Theater; and a variety of food options at Bugg’s Bistro.

The building aims to be the epicenter of student activity on the 2,200-student campus. In addition to the dining and lounge areas, it will be home to the college bookstore, multi-purpose rooms, faculty offices and the student and career services offices.

A dedication ceremony for the Ringhaver Student Center is planned for September. More details on that event — along with the completion of the Molly Wiley Art Building rehabilitation — will be provided as they become available.

For more information, visit www.flagler.edu/studentcenter . See pictures of the Ringhaver Student Center getting its finishing touches here: http://www.flaglergargoyle.com/gallery/student_center_completing .

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